Norwich dance event will raise funds in memory of Hannah Williamson, who was found dead in Great Yarmouth
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A fundraising event has been organised in tribute to a young dancer who died in Great Yarmouth.
The event called Valentines Cabaret at the Best Western George Hotel in Norwich on June 24 will be raising funds in memory of Hannah Williamson.
Miss Williamson, 21, died at a home in Marlborough Terrace on Friday, May 19.
She was from Freethorpe and a keen dancer, had studied at Taverham High School and had visited the property in Marlborough Terrace.
The Valentines Cabaret in Norwich has been organised by dancers and performers Allana Amos and Cerise Mae and will feature burlesque dancing and other dancers.
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Money raised from the event will go towards costs for Miss Williamson's funeral and also to buy flowers for the funeral as her mother wants them to signify how beautiful a woman she was.
It is hoped £500 can be raised
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There will also be raffle on the night, which is free to enter and sees doors opening at 7.15pm.
If anyone can not make the event they can make a donation at www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/valentinescabaretPolice are still investigating the circumstances surrounding Miss Williamson's death with further tests ordered.